Cameron Maybin scored on a close play at the plate in the fifth inning to put the Angels ahead, and they would hold off the Blue Jays to earn the series split. Manager John Gibbons was ejected for the second straight game in the loss.
Major League Baseball and its participating clubs have retired various uniform numbers over the course of time, ensuring that those numbers are never worn again and thus will always be associated with particular players or managers of note. The use of numbers on uniforms to better identify one player from another, and hence to boost sales of scorecards, was tried briefly by the Cleveland Indians of 1916. The first team to permanently adopt the practice was the New York Yankees of 1929. By 1932, all 16 major league clubs were issuing numbers, and by 1937, the leagues passed rules requiring it.